Having a voice: the quest for democratic policing in South Africa
Purpose - Efforts by police organisations to unionise and to increase their social and labour rights is an international phenomenon, and one that is becoming more vigorous in the Southern African region. However, many governments are wary of police unions and limit their rights, or refuse to recognise them at all. This paper aims to discuss the issues involved. Design/methodology/ approach - The paper draws on face-to-face and telephone interviews, as well as e-mail correspondence, with police...[Show more]
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